Oh right yeah. Of course! Bloody hell why didn't I think of that!Ffs, look everyone has a choice. If you don’t like the price rise just don’t go. Simples.
The club says it consulted fans about the new price structure. I'd like to know the names of the fans who agreed to £30/32 tickets! So we can take it up with them! Presumably season ticket holders!
Although obviously the club actually didn't consult fans on the actual prices did it? It saw some calls for a membership scheme, which fans thought was a way to get cheaper tickets for home fans, and used it to add £6 to the price of most games last season.
It's a pretty clear statement that the club is more about exclusivity than inclusivity, in my opinion. As Scara said:
"If you don’t like the price rise just don’t go. Simples."
See you in the Heineken Experience.
I could diswarm to Simon Sadler. A guy who made a fortune betting on the stock market, raising the prices of tickets out of the reach of care workers, hotel staff, hospital porters, classroom assistants, Amazon warehouse staff, labourers etc. And no monthly payment scheme for season tickets. It's a bad development this, in my honest opinion. If you can't really afford a £30m investment, then scale it back. Or move on. Or find another investor.